Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI)
is a widely used instrument, based on Carl Jung's theory of Personality Types, which enables one to understand normal personality differences. The MBTI provides data on four sets of preferences. These preferences combine to make up sixteen different personality types.
Extraversion (E) vs. Introversion (I)
Extraverts find energy in interaction with people and are action oriented. Introverts are reflective thinkers.
Sensing (S) vs. Intuition (I)
Sensing people are detail-oriented and trust facts. Intuitive people trust their intuition.
Thinking (T) vs. Feeling (F)
Thinkers make decisions using logical, objective analysis. Feelers focus on human values and needs as they make decisions.
Judging (J) vs. Perceptive (P)
Judgers are organized and decisive. Perceivers are flexible and adaptable and like to keep options open.
Understanding the differences between individuals and how they relate to others around them can help strengthen your organization and alleviate some sources of misunderstanding and miscommunication. Some of the uses of MBTI in an organization include:
SICG consultants are certified MBTI practitioners and can assist you in administering, scoring and interpreting the instrument, and applying the results in your organization.
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